Rachmawati, Ruri (2009) KEMANDIRIAN PADA ANAK USIA 3-4 TAHUN DI PLAYGROUP ANANDA KABUPATEN JOMBANG. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Self-autonomy is a capability to do something with own initiative and efforts under high responsibility and always do it for positive things. Self-autonomy must be invested in the very beginning, which has impact on socialization capability, desire to get good performance, and competitiveness of children in the future. Learning to be autonomous since in playgroup can help children to prepare his/her self to the higher level of education. Self-autonomy on children has more motors in nature, such as attempt to eat, to bath and to dress by his/her own self. At adolescence, the self-autonomy has more psychological in nature, such as making own decision and freedom to behave as his/her own desire. Self-autonomy must be invested in the very beginning. Therefore, it is very important for us to invest self-autonomy before children go to school. Before go to school, children with self-autonomy will be able to adjust in new environment easily and have desired to make good performance for his/her school. Learning to be autonomous since in playgroup can help children to prepare his/her self to the higher level of education. The autonomous children will be more ready and do not shock as they start to study in the school. Observation is conducted to know the description of self-autonomy on 3-4 years children at Ananda Playgroup, Jombang Regency by using 5 observation variables that appraised as the growing duty of early age children to form autonomous attitude. Those five variables are children is not waited by parents during learning process in playgroup, children can eat food by his/her self, children can return her/his toys back to the place and learning by his/her self, children accomplish her/his work without teacher guidance, and children can unlace or lace his/her own shoes. Based on the observation result, it is obtained that most of children do not autonomous yet, either in motor or socially and emotionally. It is caused by some factors that is overprotective parents, the lack of parents role in growing self-autonomous, and parents and teacher is less discipline, and so on.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||28 Jun 2012 04:21|
|Last Modified:||28 Jun 2012 04:21|
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